Woman-Friendly Credit Scoring

For microlender Count Me In, life's circumstances are just part of the equation

The nation's nonprofit, microcredit organizations tend to fly under the radar when it comes to financing startups, loaning money to entrepreneurs whom other lenders almost uniformly view as poor credit risks. In many ways, these groups are the antithesis of big-bank lending, relying on personal interviews and other measures to help make a decision on whether an applicant is credit-worthy.

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